In this novel once again the author mixes reality and fiction, and takes a real murder story and merges it with the story of Hester.
Like in the previous books, the end has a few twists I didn’t expect.
The encounter with Archie leaves a lot to be desired.
This is the most atmospheric book in the series. Even though there are few interventions from other characters other than Josephine, I find the book fascinating and intriguing. In this novel we get to learn more about Josephine’s internal world, her fears, her beliefs, or her sense of life.
Marta finally joins Josephine in the cottage.
This is the last book (so far) of Josephine Tey series.